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Software engineering interviews often involve some kind of coding test or programming exercise. But it is not really useful.
A good software engineer often doesn't know the answer to a specific question but knows where to find the answer. There is only so much knowledge anyone can hold in their head ready to recall.
If a task has been automated in a pre-written library, there's no need in reinventing the wheel. P...
Many companies still fall back to outdated and utterly predictable hiring practices. Being interviewed by someone with a list of precise technical questions is pretty much always red flag.
More rewarding subjects to discuss would be the coding paradigms used in modern software enginee...
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